Garey, Richard G.

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Born October 13, 1931, beloved father, grandfather, coach and cherished friend, Richard Garey of Dallas, TX, passed away peacefully at home, surrounded by his loving family, on Sunday, July 15, 2012. He was loved by all who met him and was always a generous and caring man.

A Korean War Veteran, Richard is survived by son Christian Keith Garey and daughter Felecia

8 replies on “Garey, Richard G.”

Amy Hayes says:

Felecia,

I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. May your dad rest in peace. I love you my friend.

With sympathy,

Amy

Pam Jones says:

Richard (Ricardo) was such great man.
I loved teasing him and playing jokes on him as he took it so well and gave it back just as good! He will be greatly missed but never forgotten.

Felecia "Tina" says:

Daddy..I cant stop staring at your picture..If I stare long enough..I see a wink…I love and miss you..you are my world..I miss our “good nights” then kiss on the head and cheek,,then ” love you” then before I walk out of your room..I turn and say ” I love you dad” and wait for a repley..I will wait for your repley…I love you dad

-Jerry Kasten says:

As a fellow Korean War Veteran Dallas Post mmember, I will miss Gary’s humorous companionship when he was able to attend meetings. He will be missed.

Jerry Kasten

Brian Cross says:

It has been such great pleasure knowing Richard! He will be greatly missed.
Love ya
Brian

Kat Alford says:

What a blessing it is to have known Richard. I will always remember his love for fishing, a good story, and his family. He was a sweet man. We will miss you. Love ya.

Debbie Hancock Jones says:

Tina , and Christian, my heart goes out to you and your family on the loss of your DAD, all I have done lately is look back on all the fond memories of living across the street from ya’ll, I always enjoyed having conversations with your Mom and Dad, they were always considered my second set of parents = heck, I spent more time at your house than I did mine, and to watch you kids grow up was a blessing to me , I love you Both, and I send you my sympathy, my prayers and Peace and Comfort,, in Jesus’ name,

Nancy says:

Tina- I feel so privileged to have met you and your Dad this past year. Not a day went by that he did not give me a laugh and a smile. I am so sorry for your loss. He loved you so and always told me what good care you took of him. You and your family are in my prayers.
Nancy

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